Koh Dach, otherwise known as Silk Island, is just a short drive from Phnom Penh. Famed for its small-scale sericulture and rich tradition of silk weaving, I was lucky enough to visit the island this… Read More
Have you ever wondered how tassels are made? OK, me neither. But when I found out about Morrison Polkinghorne, an Australian artisan living in Cambodia who hand-makes his own tassels and trimmings, curiosity got the… Read More
If I’m being completely honest, I still haven’t quite warmed to Khmer food. It may be Southeast Asia’s oldest cuisine – but Cambodian cooking is certainly not my favourite. I love a good fish amok,… Read More
Every expat in Phnom Penh has a favourite pool. Lush greenery; cool, clean water; a shady place to sit in relative solitude – Phnom Penh pools aren’t just for swimming in. Resort pools are an… Read More
Cambodia’s second-largest province by population, Battambang is widely known as a contemporary art incubator and a protector of colonial architecture.
It’s official: after 18 months in Asia, we are planning to return to Europe next year for a monster trip across the Eastern part of the continent.